Featured by Sebastien Roblin, The National Interest
The F-35 reportedly can’t use its afterburners without its critical stealth tech ‘bubbling and blistering’
Apparently Navy and Marine Corps F-35 fighters have to choose between speed and stealth
Iran’s ‘Mad Max’ navy is no joke
Employing swarms of heavily armed motor boats to launch asymmetric attacks on maritime assets has long been understood to be its naval strategy — one that Tehran hasn't exactly been shy about publicizing
‘Game of Thrones’ has an air power problem
Following the epic siege of Winterfell, the Game of Thrones episode "The Last of the Starks" confronts its protagonist Daenerys Targaryen with wrenching military dilemmas that might have been ripped from today's headlines—and issues on the ethical issue of force that remain highly controversial today
The Army’s plans for a ‘super’ Bradley fighting vehicle are dead
The M2A5 Bradley concept has been canceled in favor of procuring an even more heavily-armed successor sooner
The F-15X: The Air Force’s Next Super Fighter Or A Huge Waste Of Time?
The aviation world is abuzz with rumors that the U.S. Air Force is evaluating the purchase of a brand-new F-15X...
That Time The Allies Engineered A ‘Cloaking Device’ During World War II
The cloaking device is a staple of science fiction. But while a Klingon Bird-of-Prey materializing out of thin air makes...
Why Russia And China Still Fear The F-16 Fighting Falcon
The F-16 Fighting Falcon bears an unusual distinctions: it is one of the only top jet fighters in the world...
Dunkirk: Everything You Need To Know Before You See The Movie
Christopher Nolan’s film Dunkirk inspired new attention to the famous evacuation by sea, in 1940, of four hundred thousand British troops under...
That Time North Korea Tried to Copy ‘James Bond’ And Almost Started World War III
In 1998, South Korean president Kim Dae-jung came to power with a “Sunshine Policy” attempting to reconcile with North Korea. That policy...